Salem Raccoon Control & Removal
|I recommend Ketch-Um Wildlife Control for raccoon removal and wildlife removal in the Salem area. I have spoken with the
owner of Ketch-Um Wildlife Control, and he fully understands Oregon raccoons and their behavior, and the proper methods for humane removal. For me to recommend him, he has agreed to abide by
rules of humane wildlife removal, all Marion County and Oregon wildlife laws, and have a thorough understanding of wildlife biology and the concerns associated with critter removal, such as the welfare
of the animals, the presence of baby raccoons in
the attic, and the need to perform complete wildlife removal services with permanent results, utilizing techniques such as home inspections,
preventative repairs, and animal waste cleanup.||
Ketch-Um Wildlife Control: 541-701-3467
Ketch-Um Wildlife Control has this to say about their wildlife and raccoon removal company: We specialize in the removal of SKUNKS, NUTRIA, & RACCOONS
ABOUT KETCH-UM WILDLIFE CONTROL: For over 20 years Bob Gilman and employees have worked in commercial timberland wildlife damage control. In 2001 we launched a new business. Ketch-Um Wildlife Control This business was developed to serve Urban, suburban and rural customers with wildlife related difficulties. Our long experience in controlling a wide variety of pest and animal damage assures clients of high quality professional, control work. Ketch-Um Wildlife Control works primarily in the mid and upper Willamette Valley areas from Salem in the north to the Cottage Grove area in the south. We also serve numerous small towns on the east and west sides of the Willamette Valley. Large jobs and contracts will be considered anyplace in Western Oregon. At Ketch-Um we don't do bugs or poisons, we specialize in humane wildlife capture and control. Our company motto is,
"Mice to Mammoths, You got Em---We get Em".
|Example Raccoon Control Email from Salem, OR:
Hi David, I just read your article on raccoons, which was very good (I enjoyed your poem, also). My mother's attic sounds like it is full of raccoons, and I'm pretty sure it's more than one generation, with at least one litter. I was wondering if you know anything about a company in Salem. - if they're reputable, experienced in raccoon removal, do the clean up and repairs, etc. I found the name at the wildlife removal link in your article and was wondering if it was one of those you have already reviewed. We would definitely want to go the humane route, as raccoons are one of our favorite animals. My family got to see one up close and personal when I rehabilitated a female back into the wild when I was in college. She was amazing. It would be great if we could just let them be, but after reading about the potential health and property problems I'm really concerned. I think they've been using her attic for some years. I would appreciate any information you think could help. I see your site and it tells me that everything i have heard will not work and i have a raccoon in my attic that is starting to rip up the wood in my cabniet above my refrigirater. i have called everyone around here that i can think of and everyone tells me its moth balls that will get them out or have to kill them and since that is illegal i have no clue what to do now and i no you are in flordia so its hard for you to help us but is there anything that you could tell me to help me out i have thought about getting the trap but how do i get it outside to get in the trap. i think its only one but it may have a baby i am really stuck here and would really appriciate a response to help me any hints that i could do or if its best to just wait it out till spring i have heard because its winter that is why all of a sudden it is there we have a small hole in the roof that we think is where it is getting in but we sat outside for 6 hours trying to find out where it is coming from and the darn thing is not coming out help please i would really appriciate it. Sincerely, Leigh
For raccoon control in Marion County, Oregon, call Ketch-Um Wildlife Control at
541-701-3467, and ask to talk about raccoons in the attic in Salem, OR.